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A Better Welfare System

An ever-growing share of US Government spending is going towards welfare programs, including food stamps, child care, housing, medical care, preschool, and even debit cards with a certain amount of spending cash.   1,298 more words

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Five Indian-Americans Elected to the US Congress, Setting a Record

Kamala Harris, Pramila Jayapal, Ami Bera, Ro Khanna and Raja Krishnamoorthi will serve on Capitol Hill

By Geeta Goindi

Washington, DC, November 9, 2016 – Setting a record and shining a bright light in the most contentious US election, five brilliant Indian-Americans have been elected to the US Congress. 618 more words

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Poll shows Rubio leads Murphy in U.S. Senate race, with Democrat losing independents; not winning enough women voters

Republican Marco Rubio has a sizable lead over Patrick Murphy in Florida’s U.S. Senate race, a new poll shows, with the Democrat unable to summon the strong support from women voters that are powering presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. 222 more words

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FBI probing alleged donor scheme in Murphy's 2012 race, report says

The Hill newspaper is reporting Wednesday that the FBI is investigating an illegal contribution scheme involving a Saudi family that backs Democrat Patrick Murphy in Florida’s U.S. 269 more words

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Florida Democrats, Republicans agree: They want money from Obama administration

With Election Day nearing, Florida elected officials from both parties have found something to agree on: They want more money from the Obama administration.

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Pro-Mast ad rips Perkins business practices

Republican congressional candidate Brian Mast continues to hammer away at what his campaign has described as Randy Perkins’ shoddy business practices.

The Congressional Leadership Fund, a political action committee that has endorsed Mast and has poured $3.5 million into the closely watched District 18 race, is releasing its… 119 more words

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Murphy, Rubio battle over who's left footprints in Washington

In Florida’s tightening U.S. Senate race, Republican Marco Rubio and Democratic challenger Patrick Murphy are battling over whether the other has left any real footprints in Washington. 201 more words

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